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Junior Swim Goggles

Many brands have developed lines of smaller-than-normal goggles aimed to fit junior swimmers with better accuracy. Junior goggles are typically just scaled down models of more popular adult sized goggles. While they utilize all the features of the larger models, junior sized goggles can easily fit children, teens and even petite adults without fear of leaking or slipping.

Competitive Jr. Goggles

Children and teens with a need for speed will enjoy wearing specially sized goggles that are tailored to fit their smaller faces. If your junior swimmer is in need of a goggle for training and race day, then check out some of the options AquaGear® has in stock. Look for junior goggles with compact lenses and narrower frames, like those offered by Speedo®. These types of streamline goggles will help reduce drag and allow your little swimmer to perform his or her best on race day.

Recreational Jr. Goggles

If your child or teen loves to spend long days at the pool, beach, or lake, then give him or her a real treat by picking up a pair of perfectly-sized recreational junior goggles. These types of goggles will typically feature larger, wider lenses or a mask window. This will allow your child to see better in any water environment. Recreational goggles also feature a more cushioned gasket or soft silicone skirt to help keep water out and the delicate eye area comfortable.The Aqua Sphere® brand provides many great examples of this type of junior goggle.

Not Just For Kids!

While these smaller goggles might include 'junior' in their name, it doesn't mean that they are only for kids to use. Older teens and even adults with smaller face frames might find that they actually prefer using junior sized goggles. While larger, adult-specific frames might be too wide for narrow face frames, smaller goggles and masks can provide swimmers of all sizes with a comfortable, leak free swim.

 
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